• The siege upon civilization. From wall to wall.

International forum

THE SIEGE UPON CIVILIZATION
FROM WALL TO WALL

November 15 – 23, 2017, Centro Cultural Universitario, Mexico City
November 25 – 27, 2017, International Book Fair, Guadalajara

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PRESENTATION

Donald Trump’s ascent to presidential office in the U.S. and the terrain gained by populism in Europe, in the context of campaigns built on hate speech and the use of segregation and exclusion narratives, are the points of departure for the forum The Siege Upon Civilization: From Wall to Wall.

In these past few months, the international community has ended up wondering whether we are beholding a siege upon civilization from several fronts or, at least, an era symbolically characterized by two walls: the one in Berlin, taken down in 1989, and the one whose erection is purportedly to be completed on the Mexican – American border.

In order to find answers, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Guadalajara (UDG) endeavour to undertake a dialogue among varied and powerful voices.

The Siege Upon Civilization: From Wall to Wall will be held on November 15th through the 23rd at UNAM’s Ciudad Universitaria, and from November 25th through the 27th with the backdrop of FIL Guadalajara, the International Book Fair held annually in said city that serves as the Spanish language’s foremost publishing and literary event.

The forum has the purpose of debating the threats represented by the ascent of xenophobia and protectionism, in order to build a critical front that endeavours to find solutions and proposals to surmount an affront that endangers the development of a responsible, democratic and solidary form of citizenship.

It also stands as a statement of rebuttal to any type of wall whose construction might be envisaged: not only the projected one at the border between our country and the U.S. but to any and all walls, actual or metaphorical, that purport to hinder dialogue and solidarity between human beings.

The debate shall feature several issues, such as new economic orders, democracy and the internet, poverty, art and culture, equality, environmental protection, experiences of migration and journalism.

This forum enterprises to formulate a diagnosis that transcends local and transitory agendas, allowing us to imagine ways in which to strengthen and multiply initiatives that foster inclusion and diversity in all areas and disciplines of knowledge.

SPEAKERS IN MEXICO CITY

Héctor Aguilar Camín Writer, journalist and historian

Day 2 | 12:00 Political regressions and the future of democracy Political regressions and the future of democracy
Mexican journalist, storyteller and historian, Mr. Aguilar Camín holds a Ph. D in History from El Colegio de Mexico. He has been editor and publisher of Nexos magazine, founded the Cal y Arena publishing house and a council member for the Mexican National Commission on Human Rights. He is a receptor of the Mexican National Journalism Award on Culture. He is the author a many literary works and was distinguished with the Mexican Fine Arts Medal in 2017.

Alicia Bárcena Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A biologist and diplomat, Ms. Bárcena is the Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean (ECLAC), a United Nations agency based in Santiago de Chile. She has worked in public institutions related to sustainability, the environment and economics for more than 20 years.

Marisa Belausteguigoitia Professor at UNAM

Day 4 | 17:00 Arts and culture as a means of resistance Arts and culture as a means of resistance
A full-time titular professor at the UNAM Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Dr. Belausteguigoitia holds a Ph. D. in Cultural and Gender Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. At UNAM, she chaired the University Programme on Gender Studies from 2004 to 2013. She is the director of Mujeres en Espiral, a system of justice, gender perspective and pedagogies in resistance which benefits incarcerated women.

Julia Carabias Professor at UNAM

Day 3 | 12:00 Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech
A biologist, Dr. Carabias has been president of the Mexican National Institute for Ecology and minister for Natural Resources and Fishing. In 2004, she was a recipient of the Cosmos International Award for her research and accomplishments in the field of environmental protection. She has been a member of the High-Level Panel on Global Sustainability appointed by the U.N. Secretary General.

Rolando Cordera Emeritus professor at UNAM

Day 2 | 18:00 The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders
An economist with post-graduate studies at the London School of Economics, Dr. Cordera is an emeritus professor at UNAM. He is coordinator for the UNAM Development Studies Programme and a member of the Mexican Academy of Political Economy and the Mexican Study Institute for Democratic Transition. Among other distinctions, he has received the Universidad Nacional Award.

Susana Chacón Vice-president of the international Club of Rome

Day 2 | 18:00 The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders
A historian, a scholar in the field of International Relations and a consultant, Ms. Chacón is vice-president for the Mexican Council on International Affairs and for the international Club of Rome. Energy, Finance and Narcotics: The Hidden Face of Mexican Foreign Policy (2002) and The Mexican – American Relationship (1940 – 1955): Between Conflict and Cooperation (2008) figure among her works.

Noam Chomsky Emeritus professor at Arizona State University

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A linguist, a philosopher, a cognitive scientist, a historian, a social critic and an activist, Mr. Chomsky is the founder of modern linguistics and one of the most quoted scholars in recent history and one of the most influential public figures in the world. He has authored more than one hundred books and is emeritus professor at Arizona State University.

Tsitsi Dangarembga Writer and filmmaker

Day 4 | 17:00 Arts and culture as a means of resistance Arts and culture as a means of resistance
A novelist and filmmaker, Ms. Dangarembga made her writing debut with Nervous Conditions, a partially autobiographical work launched in the United Kingdom in 1998. In 1996, she released the film Everyone’s Child, the first feature ever directed by a black Zimbabwean woman.

Gary Gerstle Professor at the University of Cambridge

Day 3 | 17:00 Walls, identities and rights across the border Walls, identities and rights across the border
A historian, Dr. Gerstle chairs the Paul Mellon Professorship of American History at the University of Cambridge. He is a researcher and an author on immigration, race and nationality; the meaning of class in social and political life; and social movements, popular politics and the State. His book American Crucible received the Theodore Saloutos Award in 2001.

Miryam Hazán Consultant at the Inter – American Development Bank

Day 3 | 18:30 Tales and testimonies of migration Tales and testimonies of migration
A political analyst, Ms. Hazán specializes in international migrations, American immigration policies and the economic and political situations of Mexicans, and Latin Americans in general, in the U.S. She is a consultant at the Inter – American Development Bank, where she develops a study of the migratory systems of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

Carlos Heredia Professor at CIDE

Day 2 | 18:00 The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders
An economist, Mr. Heredia is associate professor for the International Studies division of the Mexican Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas. From 1997 to 2000, he was a federal congressman for the Demoratic Revolution Party (PRD). He is founder and member of the Mexican Council of International Affairs (COMEXI), whose vice-presidency he held from 2003 to 2006. He is one of 12 Mexican members of the Trilateral Commission.

Anabel Hernández Journalist

Day 4 | 12:00 The siege upon journalism The siege upon journalism
A Mexican writer and journalist, Ms. Hernández is a recipient of the Mexican 2001 National Journalism Award. In 2003, she received an accolade from UNICEF for her stories of enslaved girls in the Mexico – U. S. border. Her book Los señores del narco (2010), which describes the complicity between drug cartels, authorities and the entrepreneurial community has entailed acts of aggression and intimidation upon her.

Lawrence Krauss Director of the Origins Project

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A cosmologist and a physicist, Dr. Krauss is a professor at the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University and the director of its Origins Project. He researches the interface between elementary particle physics and the origins and evolution of the universe. He has authored several books, among which: The Physics of Star Trek (1995) and A Universe from Nothing (2012).

Enrique Krauze Chairman of Editorial Clío and Letras Libres magazine

Day 2 | 17:00 A test upon liberalism A test upon liberalism
A member of the Mexican Academy of History and of El Colegio Nacional, Mr. Krauze collaborated with Octavio Paz in Vuelta magazine. He is chairman of Editorial Clío publishing house and editor and publisher of Letras Libres magazine. Foremost among his books are Mexico: Biography of Power: A History of Modern Mexico, 1810 – 1996 (1997) and Redeemers: Ideas and Power in Latin America (2012).

Mark Lilla Professor at Columbia University

Day 2 | 17:00 A test upon liberalism A test upon liberalism
A political scientist, a journalist and a historian of ideas, Mr. Lilla is also a professor at Columbia University. He writes for The New York Review of Books and The New York Times. The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics (2017), The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals and Politics (2016) and The Stillborn God: Religion, Politics and the Modern West (2007) are among his best-known works.

Claudio Lomnitz Professor at Columbia University

Day 2 | 12:00 Political regressions and the future of democracy Political regressions and the future of democracy
A professor at Columbia University, Mr. Lomnitz’s field of work is the anthropology of national societies. He founded the Mexican Studies Center at Columbia’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, which he chairs. He has experimented in several writing genres. La nación desdibujada: Mexico en trece ensayos (2016) is his most recent book.

Jorge Madrazo Director of the Support for Mexicans Abroad Programme – UNAM

Day 3 | 17:00 Walls, identities and rights across the border Walls, identities and rights across the border
Mr. Madrazo has been president of the Mexican National Human Rights Commission, attorney general for his country and Mexican consul to the states of Washington and Alaska, based in Seattle. He is a member of the Mexican Human Rights Academy and the director of the UNAM Support for Mexicans Abroad Programme.

Mario Molina Professor at the University of California at San Diego and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A chemist, Dr. Molina is a professor at the University of California at San Diego and at the Climate, Atmospheric Sciences and Physical Oceanography Center of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He shared the 1995 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his role in the elucidation of the threat upon the ozone layer represented by chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFCs).

Emiliano Monge Writer

Day 3 | 18:30 Tales and testimonies of migration Tales and testimonies of migration
A writer and a political scientist, Mr. Monge is the recipient of the 2016 Mexico City Elena Poniatowska Novel Award for his book Las tierras arrasadas. He has also authored the short-story collection Arrasar esa sombra (2008) and the novels Morirse de memoria (2010) and Cielo árido (2012).

Federico Novelo Professor at UAM

Day 2 | 18:00 The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders The crisis of the neo-liberal model and new economic orders
An economist and an expert in the field of International Relations, Mr. Novelo’s works encompasses matters such as keyneisan economic theory, NAFTA, neo-liberalism, regional development, Mexican foreign policy and Mexican immigration to the U.S. He is a professor at Mexico City’s Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and a board member of the Mexican Study Institute for Democratic Transition and of the Mexican Academy of Political Economy, among others.

Diego Enrique Osorno Journalist

Day 4 | 12:00 The siege upon journalism The siege upon journalism
A reporter and a writer, Mr. Osorno has written up some of the main Mexican and Latin American conflicts of the 21st century. He is a receptor of the A Mano Disarmata award, granted by the Stampa Romana association; the Latin American Award for Drug Journalism; the International Journalism Award for the 35th anniversary of Proceso magazine; and the 2013 Mexican National Journalism Award.

Guillermo Osorno Journalist

Day 4 | 12:00 The siege upon journalism The siege upon journalism
 

Zizi Papacharissi Head of the Department of Communication – University of Illinois at Chicago

Day 2 | 12:00 Political regressions and the future of democracy Political regressions and the future of democracy
A professor at the Department of Communication of the University of Illinois at Chicago, as well as its head, Dr. Papacharissi’s work deals with the impact of emotions in politics in the age of contemporary digital media. A Private Sphere (2010), Affective Publics: Sentiment, Technology and Politics (2014) and Journalism and Citizenship: New Agendas (2009) are among her best-known works.

Nick Quested Filmmaker

Day 3 | 18:30 Tales and testimonies of migration Tales and testimonies of migration
Executive director and owner of Goldcrest Films, one of the foremost documentary producers in the world, Mr. Quested’s work has garnered two Emmy awards and an Oscar nomination. His most recent project, Hell on Earth, a film for National Geographic Channel released in Spring 2017, deals with the conflict in Syria and Irak.

José Sarukhán Professor at UNAM

Day 3 | 12:00 Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech
A biologist, Dr. Sarukhán is a member of El Colegio Nacional and the recipient of the 1980 Research Award from the Mexican Academy of Sciences. He is honorary vice-president of the Mares de Mexico association and held the vice-presidency of the Mexican National Council for Social Participation in Education (CONAPASE) between March 2014 and March 2016. He has also been granted the 2017 Tyler Prize.

Dan Schrag Director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A professor of Environmental Science and Engineering and director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment, Dr. Schrag’s interests encompass energy technology and policy. He has studied climate change through the history of the Earth, as well as its influence on the evolution of life in the past and its possible incidence on it in the foreseeable future.

Alejandro Solalinde Human rights advocate

Day 3 | 18:30 Tales and testimonies of migration Tales and testimonies of migration
A Catholic priest and human rights advocate, Father Solalinde has coordinated the Human Mobility South Pacific Pastoral of the Mexican Episcopate. He is director of the Hermanos en el Camino shelter, which provides humanitary assistance to migrants. He has denounced the trafficking on people, arms and human organs.

Richard Somerville Distinguished emeritus professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Day 1 | 18:15 Climate change and its social implications Climate change and its social implications
A meteorologist, Dr. Somerville is a Distinguished emeritus professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of California. His field of research is cloud physics and its role in the climate system. He is interested in the interface between science and public policy. He is a member of the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, in which he partakes of deliberations surrounding the Doomsday Watch.

Luis de Tavira Stage director and playwright

Day 4 | 17:00 Arts and culture as a means of resistance Arts and culture as a means of resistance
A stage director, an educator and a founder of stagecraft learning institutions such as UNAM’s University Theatre Center, the Núcleo de Estudios Teatrales and the Casa del Teatro, Mr. De Tavira is also a playwright, an essayist and a translator. He has staged more than 60 plays in Mexico and more than a dozen abroad. He has received the 2006 Mexican National Award for Sciences and Arts and has authored 14 plays. He has been artistic director for the Mexical National Theatre Company.

Fernando Tudela Senior researcher at the Center for Global Change and Sustainability in the Sureste

Day 3 | 12:00 Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech Environmental protection and the fight against unscientific speech
A politician and a scholar, Mr. Tudela has been undersecretary for Environmental Planning and Policy at the Mexican Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources. He has presided the Mexican Interministerial Committee on Climate Change and headed the Mexican delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez Writer

Day 3 | 17:00 Walls, identities and rights across the border Walls, identities and rights across the border
An author, an artist and a scholar specializing in chicano literature and subjects related to the region surrounding the Mexico – U.S. border, Mr. Vaquera – Vásquez has been a professor at Texas A&M University and Santa Barbara City College. He has authored books such as One Day I’ll Tell You the Things I’ve Seen (2015) and Luego el silencio (2016).

José Woldenberg Professor at UNAM

Day 2 | 12:00 Political regressions and the future of democracy Political regressions and the future of democracy
A political scientist, an expert on Latin American issues and a sociologist, Dr. Woldenberg has been a professor of Political Science at UNAM. He has also presided the Mexican Study Institute for Democratic Transition and chaired the General Council of the Mexican Federal Electoral Institute. Memoria de la izquierda (1998) and La construcción de la democracia (2002) are among his books. He is a recipient of the 2004 Mexican National Journalism Award.

SPEAKERS IN GUADALAJARA

Claudia Anzani Arts administrator

Day 7 | 17:00 a 18:20 Cultural exchanges and development Cultural exchanges and development
A graduate of the Arts Administration and Cultural Policy MA at Goldsmiths College, for which she defended the thesis A Critical Look at Culture-Led Regeneration as a Strategy for City Branding: Can the ‘Museumisation’ of the City Be Sustainable in the Long Term?, Ms. Anzani has worked for sundry galleries and cultural institutions in the UK, including The British Museum and TRIAD: Towards Regional Integration of Artistic Development.

Patrick Charpenel Philosopher, curator and art collector

Day 7 | 17:00 a 18:20 Cultural exchanges and development Cultural exchanges and development
Before his appointment as director of New York City’s El Museo del Barrio, Mr. Charpenel served as director of Mexico City’s Jumex Museum and independently curated several exhibitions as well as the Public sector of Art Basel Miami Beach and the artistic project for Culiacán’s Botanical Garden. He received the 2010 Montblanc Award for Culture in Mexico for his work as an arts promotor.

Eufrosina Cruz Politician

Day 5 | 19:00 a 19:50 Solidarity and citizenship Solidarity and citizenship
An accountant, an activist and a member of the zapotec native people, Ms. Cruz’s political career achieved notoriety in 2007, when she ran for mayor of Santa María Quiegolani, a oaxacan community ruled by a system of indigenous customary law which refused women the right to be elected to office. Three years later, she was elected to local Congress, where she stood as congresswoman from 2012 to 2015. Ms. Cruz is an advocate for women’s rights.

Rossana Fuentes-Berain Director of Mexico Media Lab S21

Day 5 | 20:00 a 20:50 Democracy and the internet Democracy and the internet
Dr. Fuentes-Berain holds a Ph.D. in Information Rights and her academic training combines journalism, theatre, film and aesthetics. After more than two decades of professional commitment to content-production and editorial strategies, she founded in 2015 Mexico Media Lab S21, a project that fosters innovation and flexibility in the response of organizations to disruptions created by technology.

Néstor García Canclini Distinguished Professor at Mexico City’s Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Day 7 | 17:00 a 18:20 Cultural exchanges and development Cultural exchanges and development
Dr. García Canclini is a Distinguished Professor at Mexico City’s Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and has taught at the universities of Austin, Duke, Stanford, Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. He is a receipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Casa de las Américas Award and the Latin American Studies Association Book Award for Hybrid Cultures. He currently studies the relationship between anthropology and aesthetics, reading, creative strategies and the young’s cultural networks.

Gary Gerstle Professor at the University of Cambridge

Day 6 | 17:00 a 17:50 Inequality and populism Inequality and populism
A historian, Dr. Gerstle chairs the Paul Mellon Professorship of American History at the University of Cambridge. He is a researcher and an author on immigration, race and nationality; the meaning of class in social and political life; and social movements, popular politics and the State. His book American Crucible received the Theodore Saloutos Award in 2001.

Daniel Jadue Mayor of Recoleta, Chile

Day 6 | 18:00 a 18:50 City City
An architect and a sociologist, Mr. Jadue holds an MA in Urbanism from the University of Chile and a BA in Total Quality Management from the Chilean Universidad Católica del Norte. He has conducted research on the quality of life, gender, juvenile delinquency, employment and poverty in cities across Latin America and Europe. He is a member of the Chilean Communist Party.

Pedro Kumamoto Independent representative to the Congress of Jalisco

Day 6 | 17:00 a 17:50 Inequality and populism Inequality and populism
Mr. Kumamoto holds a Ph.D in cultural managenent from ITESO in Guadalajara. He is an independent representative to the Congress of Jalisco and a member of Wikipolitics, a grassroots organization unaffiliated with any party that fosters decision-making through technology. He currently seeks civic endorsement in order to run for Senate representing Jalisco.

Gilles Lipovetsky Philosopher and sociologist

Day 5 | 19:00 a 19:50 Solidarity and citizenship Solidarity and citizenship Day 7 | 17:00 a 18:20 Cultural exchanges and development Cultural exchanges and development
A professor of Philosophy at the University of Grenoble, the launch, in 1983, of his book L’ère du vide made Mr. Lipovetsky one of the foremost scholars on contemporary societies and culture, which he characterizes as hypermodern, dominated by the ephemeral, individuality and artistic capitalism, and where the great collective institutions have ceased to make sense.

Ana Elena Mallet Independent curator

Day 7 | 17:00 a 18:20 Cultural exchanges and development Cultural exchanges and development
Ms. Mallet holds a BA in Latin American Literature from Mexico City’s Universidad Iberoamericana and MA in Arts History from UNAM. She has served as curator in several Mexico City museums and was Programming Associate Director for the Rufino Tamayo museum. As an independent curator, she has explored the crossroads of art, design and popular culture in exhibitions on Mexican and Latin American design.

Juan Pardinas Director of the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO)

Day 6 | 17:00 a 17:50 Inequality and populism Inequality and populism
Dr. Pardinas holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the London School of Economics, a master degree in Economics from Sophia University in Tokyo and a BA in Political Science from UNAM. At the helm of IMCO, he coordinates the production of data-derived research that enrich the design of public policies for Mexico. He was a correspondent for CNN in three countries and he is a contributor for several media.

Ricardo Raphael Journalist and writer

Day 6 | 18:00 a 18:50 City City
A journalist, a scholar and a writer, Mr. Raphael is general director of the Tlatelolco Cultural Centre (UNAM), a profesor at the Centre for Economic Research and Development (CIDE) and the host of Espiral and #Calle11 for Canal Once, a public Mexican televisión broadcaster. He coordinated the 2012 Mexican Report on Discrimination and has authored Los Socios de Elba Esther, El Otro Mexico and Mirreynato, among other books.

Rob Riemen Director of the Nexus Institute

Day 5 | 19:00 a 19:50 Solidarity and citizenship Solidarity and citizenship
A theologian, Mr. Riemen founded the Nexus Institute in 1994 in Tielberg, Neetherlands, in order to provide a counter-balance to contemporary unidimensional views on science, technology and the economy and to enrich them with thinking derived from culture and philosophy that highlight humanist values. His book To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism was translated into Spanish this year and its English translation will be published in early 2018.

Andrew Rojecki Professor at the University of Illinois – Chicago

Day 5 | 20:00 a 20:50 Democracy and the internet Democracy and the internet
Andrew Rojecki studies political communication. He is the author of Silencing the Opposition (1999) and America and the Politics of Insecurity (2016) and a recipient of the Goldsmith Book Prize, the American Political Science Association Robert E. Lane Award and the Frank Luther Mott – Kappa Tau Alpha Journalism / Mass Communication Book Award. He is a research fellow at both George Washington University and Cornell University.

Antonio Villaraigosa Politician

Day 6 | 18:00 a 18:50 City City
In 2005 he became the first Hispanic to be elected mayor of Los Angeles since 1872. Said office gave visibility to a political career that features more than three decades working with unions and civil rights organizations. One of the 25 Most Influential Hispanics according to Time magazine, Villaraigosa stands to run for office as governor of the state of California.

Irvine Welsh Writer

Day 6 | 18:00 a 18:50 City City
Mr. Welsh was born in 1958 in Scotland. He was brought up in the working-class Muirhouse housing estate, quit school at the age of 16 and held a vast assortment of jobs until he migrated to London to join the punk movement. In the late 1980s he returned to Scotland, where he worked for the Edinburgh District Council while graduating from college and taking his first steps in writing. His first novel, Trainspotting, as well as its film adaption, have known great success.

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PROGRAMME

MEXICO CITY PROGRAMME

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  • Day 1 - November, 15, 2017
  • Day 2 - November, 21, 2017
  • Day 3 - November, 22, 2017
  • Day 4 - November, 23, 2017
  • Day 5 - November, 25, 2017
  • Day 6 - November, 26, 2017
  • Day 7 - November, 27, 2017

GUADALAJARA PROGRAMME

CINEMA PROGRAMME

  • Day 1 - November, 15, 2017
  • Day 2 - November, 16, 2017
  • Day 3 - November, 17, 2017
  • Day 4 - November, 18, 2017
  • Day 5 - November, 19, 2017
  • Day 1 - November, 15, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM

    Climate change


    11:00 y 13:00 Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?: An Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky
    Michel Gondry, director
    France, 2013, 88 min.
    16:30 y 19:00 An Inconvenient Truth
    Davis Guggenheim, director
    E.U.A., 2006, 96 min.
  • Day 2 - November, 16, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM

    Climate change


    11:00 y 13:00 Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?: An Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky
    Michel Gondry, director
    France, 2013, 88 min.

    NEOLIBERALISM


    16:00 The Corporation
    Mark Achbar y Jennifer Abbott, directors
    Canadá, 2003, 145 min.
    19:00 Inside Job
    Charles Ferguson, director
    E.U.A., 2010, 106 min.
  • Day 3 - November, 17, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM

    La Cátedra Ingmar Bergman, en colaboración con National Geografic Latinoamérica, World Council of Peoples for the UN, la Academia Mexicana de Derecho Internacional, la UNESCO y el Seminario Universitario de Culturasde Medio Oriente presentan:


    El surgimiento de ISIS y la caída de Siria, testimonios de la violencia


    12:00 Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS
    Sebastian Junger y Nick Quested, directors
    E.U.A., 2017, 99 min.

    Mesa de reflexión
    (al finalizar la película)
    Nick Quested, Shamina de Gonzaga, Djaka Souare y Carlos Martínez Assad
  • Day 4 - November, 18, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM

    the siege upon journalists


    16:30 Voces silenciadas, libertad amenazada
    Reflexiones sobre el derecho a la información en Mexico
    María del Carmen de Lara, director
    Mexico, 2008, 90 min.
    20:00 A Heart that Never Dies: Guatemala The Land of Terror
    Erling Borgen, director
    Noruega, 2015, 28 min.
    20:00 Mexico: periodistas contra el silencio
    Alex A. Ormaza, director
    Mexico, 2013, 21:46 min.
  • Day 5 - November, 19, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM

    Función especial Racismo y acoso a la inteligencia


    Proyecciones en todo el mundo: 100 salas de cine recuerdan a Bruno Schulz. Con motivo de la conmemoración del 75 aniversario de su asesinato y 15 años después del estreno mundial.


    18:00 Bilder finden
    Benjamin Geissler, director
    Germany, 2002, 106 min.
  • Day 1 - November, 15, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM
    • Climate change


      11:00 y 13:00 Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?: An Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky
      Michel Gondry, director
      France, 2013, 88 min.
    • 16:30 y 19:00 An Inconvenient Truth
      Davis Guggenheim, director
      E.U.A., 2006, 96 min.
  • Day 2 - November, 16, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM
    • Climate change


      11:00 y 13:00 Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?: An Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky
      Michel Gondry, director
      France, 2013, 88 min.
    • NEOLIBERALISM


      16:00 The Corporation
      Mark Achbar y Jennifer Abbott, directors
      Canadá, 2003, 145 min.
    • 19:00 Inside Job
      Charles Ferguson, director
      E.U.A., 2010, 106 min.
  • Day 3 - November, 17, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM
    • La Cátedra Ingmar Bergman, en colaboración con National Geografic Latinoamérica, World Council of Peoples for the UN, la Academia Mexicana de Derecho Internacional, la UNESCO y el Seminario Universitario de Culturasde Medio Oriente presentan:


      El surgimiento de ISIS y la caída de Siria, testimonios de la violencia


      12:00 Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS
      (El infierno sobre la Tierra: surgimiento de ISIS y la caída de Siria)
      Sebastian Junger y Nick Quested, directors
      E.U.A., 2017, 99 min.

      Mesa de reflexión
      (al finalizar la película)
      Nick Quested, Shamina de Gonzaga, Djaka Souare y Carlos Martínez Assad
  • Day 4 - November, 18, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM
    • the siege upon journalists


      16:30 Voces silenciadas, libertad amenazada
      Reflexiones sobre el derecho a la información en Mexico
      María del Carmen de Lara, director
      Mexico, 2008, 90 min.
      20:00 A Heart that Never Dies: Guatemala The Land of Terror
      Erling Borgen, director
      Noruega, 2015, 28 min.
      20:00 México: periodistas contra el silencio
      Alex A. Ormaza, director
      Mexico, 2013, 21:46 min.
  • Day 5 - November, 19, 2017 - Julio Bracho hall, CCU, UNAM
    • Función especial Racismo y acoso a la inteligencia


      Proyecciones en todo el mundo: 100 salas de cine recuerdan a Bruno Schulz. Con motivo de la conmemoración del 75 aniversario de su asesinato y 15 años después del estreno mundial.


      18:00 Bilder finden
      Benjamin Geissler, director
      Germany, 2002, 106 min.

ORGANIZERS

Cultura UNAM
UNAM
UDG
FIL

COLLABORATORS

Origins Project
Secretaría General UNAM
Servicios a la Comunidad UNAM
DGACO UNAM
TV UNAM
Cátedra Bergman

Filmoteca UNAM
Facultad de ciencias
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